On Tuesday, October 30 from 4:30 – 7 p.m. at the Coburn Gallery on the Colorado College Campus (at the NW corner of Cache la Poudre and Cascade), The Big Something will jump out of the internet and into Coburn Gallery for our first ever Big Something Exhibition. Featuring the mischievous posters of Roy Linton, Hair Wreaths from The Pioneers Museum, the Fish Tank Bible scenes of Pastor Iva Bowers, artist Sean O’Meallie’s toys, images from the Pikes Peak Library District’s Digital Archive, a Phone Booth confessional where you can tell your stories, a live DJ, and much more. The Big Something Exhibition will disconnect from the interenet to connect directly with you, the KRCC community in the Pikes Peak Region.

Save the date! We’d love to see you all there.

 

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